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•,;;; )0- EPPOATIOKAI.. '"■/:' CJ-,. joh;n/s ; .. collegiate .school KJ * "THE PAH." BOARDING -AND DAY SCHOOL ' FOR BOYS. Headmaster: THE REV. P. 8. SMALLFIELD. | Aseisted by a Competent Staff of Resident and. Visiting Masters. NEXT. TEEM BEGINS ON MONDAY ... -—•-■ ■■ may 31;" •v's '■ ■-■:." Copies of Illustrated Prospectus may be had from Messrs Upton and Co. and Messrs • — . . Champtaloup and ..Cooper.-. .- .Telephone 729. M 312 gT. MARY'S CONVENT HIGH SCHOOL, PONSONBY (Conducted by the Sisters of Mercy), WILL RESUME DUTIES ON MONDAY, ' 19th inst. PROSPECTUSES ON APPLICATION TO THE MOTHER SUPERIOR. JJSPERANTO. A Class for the Study of ESPERANTO will commence on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT at 7.30 in Church of Christ, West-st. Text Book: "Bullen's Standard Course." 75 lANOFOKTE HARMONY AND THEORY MRS It. T. WALKER (late Principal of Napier Pianoforte School. Pupil of Uerr Michael Hambourg.) IS PREPARED TO RECEIVE PUPILS. For terms, etc., apply-— COMPTON, MACMURRAY-KOAD (ofif St. Mark's-roud). 'REMUERA. Or, ENGLISH AND FOREIGN PIANO AGENCY, LTD, 191, QUEEN-STREET. MSOO JuTISS -pLSIE "CTAMILTON, Pupil of ProCs. Barth and Jedliczka, Berlin, SOLO PIANISTE and TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE. Term may commence at any time. Studio: 2, Mutual Life Buildings, Queen-st. 14 CRIPTUKE Gift Day School luusectarlan) reopens April 19th. Schoolroom, Primitive Methodist Church, Fraukliu-rd.— Principal, Miss R. Clarke. 78 PHYSICAL CULTURE. MRS HEAP'S TUESDAY EVENING PHYSICAL CULTURE CLASS Resumes Lessons TUESDAY, 20th, At Wesley Hall. Time, 7.30. M. VICKERMAN, Remuera. ■"OIA'NO. —Beginners are trained to read -t music at sight. Special redaction for payment of six lessons. Enrol now. — J. B. tidger, Hoffmann's, Queeu-street. 116 MISS BRIDGENST" London Certificated Teacher of Dressmaking.—Private Lessons and Evening Classee; easy terms.— 5, Pltt-st. Buildings, Karangahape-rd. 109 CHOOL OF DRESSMAKING.—Miss Reid, Wellesley-st. Classes for Practical Dressmaking. Daily, except Wednesday afternoon; Evenings, Tuesday and Friday. M 491 IMPERIAL SYSTEM OB 5 DRK-SS-CUTTING COLLEGE, 25, CITY CHAMBERS. Only Gold Medal at the recent London Exhibition was awarded to the IMPERIAL CHARTS. Classes dally, except Friday Afternoon. Practical Dressmaking taught. Lake Takapuna: Class Friday. Aiternuone. Intending pupils please counnsnicate with 25, City Chambers. Principal: MiSS R. A. BAGLEY, Sole Representative for Imperial Charts. MOO PIANOS, ORGANS, Etc. RICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES — English and Foreign Piano Agency, Ltd. S. Coldicutt, Manager. rpHE piUSCE OF A TIFEIIME. 25 piANOS. BY BRITISH AND CONTINENTAL MAKERS. ALL OF HIGHEST REPUTE. The above goods have been consigned to us. Owing to shortage of floor space, we are obliged to quit consignment as soon as possible. The prices are unite 40 per cent below any planus of the same standard offered in this city. INSPECTION INVITED. VVTALTER y TJARBY, DARBY-ST., AUCKLAND. M 93 STEY ORGANS LEAD THE WORLD.— Parlour, Church, and School; £10 upwards. — 12. and V. Piano Agency, Ltd., S. Coldicutt. Mauuser. "piANOS. -piANOS. Invest iv one of the following makes, and you will always have pleasure and satisfaction: — JUSTIN BROWNE, London. One of the most durable pianos made. BOYD PIANOS. Beautiful Workmanship combined with low price. HOLLING AND SPANGENBERG, Germany, have given the highest satisfaction in Auckland during the last 20 years. SPAT HE. Gold Medal Pianos. ROMUILDT and other Eminent Makers. The most Liberal Discounts that can be obtained in Auckland given for cash. Be convinced by paying a call at LEWIS R. EADY'S SHOW ROOMS, LIVERPOOL-ST. (near Speddlng's). MlO2 piANO -DARGAINS. QEE "JJEW jl/TODELS TN QUB TSflNDbw, . FROM £32 10/ CASH - TTIRB ITIERMS FOR Q.OOD TRONXjIRAME piANOS, FROM jp>-| MONTH. PIANO BUYERS ABE INVITED TO INSPECT OUR STOCK. mHE T ONDON AND ' JJERLIN piANO r*Q., 215 AND 217, Q UEENST : W. E. WEBBE Manager. Established 1886. . . piANOS AND ORGANS Exchanged for Piano Agency Ltd. S. Coldicutt, Manager. "V r "OB.KSHIRE Exchange and Mart, next i St, Matthew's, Wellesley-street, Buys, Sells and Exchanges Books ot all .descriptions i—Lending Library. ""' «"" 128

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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